This Week in Amateur Radio #663 - Week of December 24, 2005
Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition:
01. Response to BPL complaints an "Illusion of Resolution", says the ARRL.
02. Massive BPL installation announced for Dallas-Fort Worth Texas in 2006.
03. The Senate approves new FCC appointees.
04. Canadian amateurs to loose 220-222 megahertz band in the new year.
05. UK amateurs will start the new year with new band plans.
06. It's Kids Turn on the Radio! First Kids Day 2006 is Sunday January 8th.
07. Amateur Radio Vanity Callsign processing will resume on January 4th.
08. Leap second to be introduced as New Years arrive.
09. The FCC warns a Florida amateur about broadcasting on forty meters.
10. 500 kHz is proposed as an International Memorial Frequency.
11. Echolink K1RFD to speak on MissingLynk worldwide repeater network.
12. ISS astronauts chat with students in Texas.
13. California man accused of selling bot loaded computer systems.
14. The toys have landed! 2005 Holiday Toy Drive gifts get to the Gulf Coast.
15. Amateur radio to be featured on radio talk program.
16. Jean Shepherd, K2ORS, special Christmas presentation.
17. Technology news and commentary with Leo Laporte.
18. The Random Access Christmas Thought.
19. The Gateway 160 Meter News Letter Report with Vern Jackson, WA0RCR.
20. Weekly propagation forecast.
21. The Space Report with Chris Petersen, KG0BP.
22. Amateur Radio History Headlines with Bill Continelli, W2XOY.
23. Working Amateur Radio Satellites with Bruce Paige KK5DO.
24. US Congress sets hard transition date for conversion to digital television
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